Greenville Splash Masters
February News Splash
Leah Aragon Swimmer of the Month
24 Swimmers Rock the USMS One Hour Swim!
Charlotte Sunbelt Meet
Saturday, March 5th, 8am to Sunday, March 6th, 1pm
11725 Verhoeff Drive
South Carolina SCY Championships in Myrtle Beach, SC
Online entries due by Feb. 16. So far Susan DeMere, Janice Hebel, Carolyn Moore, Kristi Panayotoff, and Leslie Scott are going
Postponed to March 5-6
Charlotte Sunbelt SCY Meet at Huntersville Family and Fitness Center
11725 Verhoeff Rd. Huntersville, NC 28070
Our team loves this meet! We have a ton of fun. We need you to help us score team points! Online entries due by Feb. 28.
The Big 6-0 Saturday Workout. Susan DeMere birthday workout 8 -9:15 am at the Kroc Center
Dixie Zone SCY Championships in Atlanta, GA
Y Nationals, Sarasota, Fl Contact Sara Bopp for more info: email@example.com
We have 2 houses reserved. Let us know if you want to join us on this fun trip!
April 28-May 1
USMS Nationals, Greensboro, NC
Please let Leslie know if you are going. So far the following swimmers are planning to attend: Leah Aragon, Roger Clifton, Susan DeMere, Chris Gibbs, Daniel Hynum, Christina Jeffrey, Carolyn Moore, Pam Morris-Wingerter, Casey Oliver, Kristi Panaytoff, Gretchen Pingley, Leslie Scott, Nicole Smith, Karen Sturgis, Scott Tanner, Warren White
SC Senior Games, Florence, SC
Low Country Splash 2.4 and 5 Mile Open Water Swim, Charleston, SC
SC LCM Championships, Greenville, SC at Westside Aquatic Complex
Sept 17-18 Greenville Splash Hosts the Upstate Splash
Saturday: Upstate Splash Open Water Charity Swim, Lake Jocassee
Sunday: Swim Clinic with Chloe Sutton at Westside
Congratulations to Pam Rogers for being inducted into the Colorado Swimming Hall of Fame!
Remarkable runs from David Hall in the Charleston Marathon and Tom Dudley for the Harbison 50k Ultramarathon for his 50th birthday!
Kroc Center: No coached practice on Saturday Feb. 20 due to Myrtle Beach meet.
Upstate Splash Video
Stroke Tip: Pull Buoy
Pull buoys have many uses that are beneficial. They are used to help swimmers work on balance, upper body and arm stroke. They eliminate kicking so it helps the swimmer to focus on their arms and on breathing. To use a pull buoy, place the buoy between your thighs. The buoy with the smaller side points to the bottom. Pull buoys allow swimmers to get a better sense of balance, the legs stay closer to the top of the water, make sure to point your toes with a buoy on. Pull buoys can be great for beginners because they let the swimmer work on the pull technique without getting so tired from the kick. Concentrate on fine tuning your arm stroke with the buoy and build good swim habits. Be careful not to use the buoy for more than 25 percent of your workout.